About This Course

In this introductory course, you will dive into workflows with Microsoft Power Automate. Learn about the basic principles of workflows, such as triggers, actions and conditions, and learn how to get around in the Flow interface.

This class covers getting started with out-of-box Flows and templates, as well as how to create them from scratch.  

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction to Workflows

  • 2

    Types of Approvals

    • Approvals and Request Sign-off

    • Page Approvals

  • 3

    Sharing and Testing

    • Team Flows

    • Testing & Troubleshooting

  • 4

    Wrap Up

    • Resources

    • What's Next

    • Power Automate Basics Quiz

SharePoint Power User?

This course is part of our SharePoint Power User subscription

  • $20.00 / month

    SharePoint Power User - Intermediate Level 2

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    recurring yearly subscription

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Learning Power Apps & Power Automate?

This course is part of our All PowerApps and Flow training subscription

Reviews of this course

5 star rating

Nice Flow Basic Class

Becky Kringel

Good basic class that gives the end user tools to start with some basic Flows to get them started.

Good basic class that gives the end user tools to start with some basic Flows to get them started.

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Your Instructor

Microsoft MVP

Laura Rogers

Laura Rogers is a SharePoint, Power Apps & Power Automate expert, speaker, author and educator. She is well-versed in helping organizations make the most of their SharePoint environments using out-of-box functionalities such as workflows, forms and Web parts. Laura’s technical expertise also includes over 15 years of experience working with Microsoft’s messaging and collaboration systems. She has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for the past ten years. She has contributed to several books on SharePoint over the past ten years. You can read more about Laura’s experiences on her blog, www.wonderlaura.com.